Offices at Nestle York factory were evacuated after a car caught fire at the plant.
Firefighters got a call at 9.56am today (Tuesday) and a York crew was sent to the Haxby Road factory.
There were concerns as the car was next to the servers and ammonia tanks.
But the fire was quickly put out.
A North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service spokeswoman said:
We were called at 09:56 to reports of a car on fire.
One fire crew attended and found one car well alight. Crews used a hose reel to extinguish the fire.
The fire was confined to the engine bay and caused 100% fire damage. The cause is believed to have been an electrical fault.
Our crews left the scene at around 10:20am.
Everyone has now returned to work safely, and the burnt-out car has been cordoned off.
A Nestle spokesman said: ““The fire brigade attended a small car fire at our York site today.
“Our offices were evacuated as a precaution but the factory was unaffected and there was no damage beyond the car itself.”